Cultural Landscape of the United States and Canada U. S. Capitol building in Washington, DC Capital building in Richmond Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA Independence Hall in Philadelphia, PA Site of the signing of the Declaration of Independence
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Site of the signing of the Declaration of Independence
Skyscrapers in larger U. S. cities expansion
Great Plains expansion
Atlantic Coastal Plain
Gulf Coastal Plain
Los Angeles expansion
Houston, TX expansion
Los Angeles, CA expansion
New York City expansion
Chicago, IL expansion
Capital of the United States expansion
Vancouver, BC expansion
Capital of Canada
Richmond, VA developed where the James River met the fall line. Ships could no longer go upstream so the city of Richmond was established.
Omaha, Nebraska and Sacramento, CA developed because they were on the Transcontinental Railroad.
Pittsburgh, PA developed where three rivers converge. were on the Transcontinental Railroad.
Quebec City were on the Transcontinental Railroad.
Quebec City developed where the St. Lawrence River narrowed.
Quebec, City were on the Transcontinental Railroad.
Los Angeles, CA